Come to Zion: The Winds and the Waves by Dean Hughes

May 30, 2012 · 1 comment

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Will Lewis is stuck. the class system in England in the 1840s seems destined to keep him in his place as a poor tenant farmer who cannot improve his lot and will never be able to marry the woman he loves. But the “new religion” that is sweeping through congregations of the United Brethren, Will’s church, may hold the key to the better life he longs for. As he listens to the preaching of Wilford Woodruff, he almost dares to hope for the Zion the young Apostle describes.

Will’s struggles to believe and to face the rigors of immigrating to an unknown land are paralleled by the modern-day story of Jeff and Abby, a young married couple facing challenges of their own. When Jeff begins digging into his family history, he finds himself particularly drawn to “Grandpa Lewis,” an ancestor whose life was more like his than he would have imagined.

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Title: Come the Zion: The Winds and the Waves

Author: Dean Hughes

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: May 29, 2012

ISBN: X

Size: 444 pages, 6×9, hardcover

Genre: Historical


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